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GeoRabble Perth #20 – The Debate Edition – GIS Day: Wednesday 15th November 2017

The Perth crew changed things up for GIS Day 2017 with GeoRabble Perth #20 – The Debate Edition. The surprise for this one was that it was ‘everyone in’ – with full Rabble participation. After a few limbering ales to celebrate the Aussie win over Honduras in the World Cup Qualifier – MC Carly split … Continue reading

GeoRabble Perth #19 – Student Edition – It’s A Wrap!

Suzy Urbaniak set the scene for the night with her infectious enthusiasm for science and education! Suzy shared her hands-on approach with real world and field based learning. She introduced her Centre of Resources Excellence Program, designed with STEAM front of mind – Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths. Next up was repeat speaker Dhan Prabhu, … Continue reading

Georabble Melbourne #10 | 23 Nov

GeoRabble returns to Melbourne on Thursday 23rd November 2017 at the Imperial Hotel, 2 Bourke St, Melbourne (Corner Bourke & Spring Sts). Networking drinks start 5:30pm. Presentations commence: 6:00pm followed by more networking. Grab yourself a free ticket and enjoy the night with friends sharing geospatial ideas, free of sales pitches and hidden agendas!  Each presentation is … Continue reading

Tonight’s Final Speakers Announced! | GeoRabble Perth #19 | Students of Geo

Georabble – Student Edition – Thursday 7th September 2017  Speakers: Suzy Urbaniak: Geoscience, Education and STEM – What’s happening and where is it going… Tristan Reed & Jeremy Siao Him Fa: Geo-app development in Remote Schools Mark Williams: Participatory Mapping, Central Australia to Cambodia Darren Mottolini: The Assumptions of Mentoring Dhan Prabhu: “Getting into Resources” – Resource … Continue reading

Speakers Announced! | GeoRabble Perth #19 | Students of Geo

Georabble – Student Edition – Thursday 7th September 2017   Speakers: Suzy Urbaniak: Geoscience, Education and STEM – What’s happening and where is it going… Tristan Reed & Jeremy Siao Him Fa: Geo-app development in Remote Schools Mark Williams: Participatory Mapping, Central Australia to Cambodia More to be announced soon! What ignited your passion for all … Continue reading

Speakers Announcement for GeoRabble Sydney

Bring your brain in curious mode, and gather together with your fellow GeoRablers  from all parts of the community this Thursday for some good times, brain food and friends. This week we have a couple of new presenters and some familiar ones as well, followed by a panel session where you control the action just … Continue reading

Tickets are now available for GeoRabble Sydney!

It’s time to get your rabble on via https://www.eventbrite.com/e/georabble-sydney-tickets-36433965973 Don’t forget if you have a talk you’d love to present on your own personal GeoAdventure let us know by sending in your talk idea to sydney@georabble.org We looking for a story that can fit in a 10 min presentation, no sales pitches and if you have a … Continue reading

Sydney GeoRabble Call for Speakers

The future is already here — it’s just not very evenly distributed. William Gibson On Thursday August the 10th at the Occidental hotel we are going to distribute the future to our community Think blockchain is going to underpin spatial transactions or that AR is the new UI for mapping? Sick of hearing that an … Continue reading

Announcing & Call for Speakers: GeoRabble @ Locate17/ISDE, Sydney April 4th

The next GeoRabble Sydney will be on April 4th, in collaboration with the Locate17/ISDE  Conference. In a number of GeoRabble firsts, there will be: A conference exhibition ‘treasure hunt’, with great prizes; A ‘Hard Chat‘ session, in which geo-CEO’s answer awkward questions; and Following the success of last November’s Women in GeoRabble, we will use … Continue reading

New Speaker for GeoRabble Perth #18 | The Spatial Fringe Edition

Join us in the ‘rabblin fray to ponder, muse & debate all things spatial (and maybe even meander into the not-so-spatial!).

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